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about spending cuts. but talk about tax hikings. gary, respond to this right now. we are in a recovery that is not doing very well. you have shown us the historical side of things whampt will that do? >> i don't know how many more arguments the left needs to hear that tax hikings don't work. they keepoing back tomit same well . yet, up go through, brenda, i hate to keep pounding on it, lowering taxing when europe or canada or states do, it is it the way to grow the economy. when we raise taxings the government gets more money and the government takes our money is spend it inefficiently. my the department of the agriculture is a better way to spend our money. the department of defense spends so efficiently. no one can make that argument. >> but gary, if you look at tax hikes, you are saying the historical perspective. the democrats are going back to the 1980ings. raise taxes on certain partings. we did that with social security because five or six people working for every one beneficencary. today two people are working for one. we can't afford it they are pretending our economy ishe sam
, focus on the deficit. neil: good point. gary, knowing what's going on, i don't want anyone here to worry we're on austerity ways. if you're concerned we'll repeat what the brits have done, fear not because nothing we've hinted at, the most draconian stuff talked about is just shaving off the increase in spending. i tried to disenvow americans of the fear we'll be another greece because nothing we do hints of austerity. >> you make an interesting point, neil, and -- >> i think it's more than interesting. >> well, i -- understated, obviously. neil: go ahead. >> well, there's a couple things. even under paul ryan's budget, which he just came out with, i guess today, spending there increases 3 #-4% a year. spending's not cut or raibed in. the other point is we want to shift money from the private -ector to the public sector, and, yet, the boom years, under both reagan and clinton saw them reduce government spending as a percentage of the gdp. it was only george bush that things ramped up and things flat lined as they have since obama's been in office. neil: peter, what's to stop nip in the w
your prediction gary. >> loving jpm. >> all right. john your prediction? >> bermuda up 20 percent. >> toby. >> ireland is on fire. ahir. up 20 percent. >> you have kissed thelarney stone. that is top oforning to allful you. happy st. paddy's day. neil take it away. >>o you want to know why our debt is a problem? maybe because the guy in charge of the country doesn't think it is a problem. why pnic over 16 trillion in debt when president obama doesn't appear to hit the panic button. for the next 10 years it is in a sustainable place. >> if he's not worrying, is it any wonder senate democrats want to keep on spending, after waiting four year to cook up a budget, try two trillion bucks in more debt over the next 10 years cooked. feeling well done? how about just done. charles, and dagen and adam and charlie, all right. charles, yeah, yeah. great job . yway, i told them that you were me. see how that goes. nyeah, okay. i can handle that. all right. what do you make of this and all of the sudden, you can deny the problem and then the probm i guess goes away? i don't think in this case
seems to be happening in the market today. over to the cme, gary is substantial doubting by dissh standing by there. we were within two points friday of getting to the new record high, substantial pullback from that level, gary. what do you think of it? >> well, look at cypress. as soon as there was the issue in europe, look what happened in the past day and a half with the s&p. we've seen it fall off the highs. i don't think we're going to be seeing the numbers again in the near future. it's time to start settling down, take another reading on it, we're close to the second quarter, ready to start in a few weeks. also, what we have to look at is what the fomc doing tomorrow? how will they take care of what's going on here? there's a lot going on affecting the s&p, the mini dow and nasdaq keep your eyes open. there's a lot to focus on. cheryl: there is, especially with commodities and dollar and the euro. i want to talk about that issue here, what we've seen the last two days is a flight to safety of the u.s. dollar, of treasuries even. elliot, at the same time, though, that could
gary from colorado rights, the reason nursing home that is a preview of health care under obamacare reforms, harkening back to california stories. from new york to you have to wonder if the president really does not know how to negotiate or it is not one of the strong points if. notice how he always reverts back to his comfort zone of campaigning when dealing with congress. it is sort of odd and well, not very presidential. interesting. then there is a gene from new yorker says, you have to wonder why there are cutting the military and important agencies the still have money to throw at people who a/s. notice, not one dime came from welfare and the social programs that need to be trimmed. there has to be dozens, if not hundreds of useless government programs that could be cut. here is another e-mail from marlin oregon. we are four years away from the next presidential campaign, and we should pull our efforts into winning the 2014 house elections first. with an attempt to take a house over in that race, we don't have to worry about the 2016 race. republicans need to concentrate on th
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